Factory 25

Young Bodies Heal Quickly

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This special limited edition slipcover is limited to 1,000 units and is only available on our website and at select indie retailers. Absolutely no major retailers will be stocking them.

Factory 25, a Brooklyn-based independent film distribution company was founded in 2009 by Matt Grady. F25 is a home for conceptually provocative narratives and documentaries. Its mission is to deliver specialized film and music titles in an aesthetically captivating way while exposing the indie world to under-the-radar films, music, and other curiosities in various ways and formats — theatrically, digitally, on TV, VOD, via subscription, limited edition DVDs,  Blu-ray's, books and vinyl. Vinegar Syndrome’s sister company, OCN Distribution, is thrilled to be representing this diverse and unique home video line!

Two young brothers drift aimlessly through their summer until involved in an accidental death of a young woman. With few options, the duo flees arrest across state lines in search of refuge. With a tendency to exacerbate even the calmest of situations, the eldest brother gets them booted from each and every hideout, resigning the youngest to follow him into car chases, knife fights with French Chefs, and finally a Vietnam War re-enactment with their estranged father. At turns poetic, funny, and poignant, Andrew T. Betzer’s feature debut is the epitome of an American Primitivist film. Shot on lush 16mm, this quietly mesmerizing story sees the brothers transition from boys to men, though not through responsibility, but rather an absorption of the world (good and bad) around them.

directed by: Andrew T. Betzer
starring: Hale Lytle, Gabriel Croft, Daniel P. Jones, Sandy Hale, Judson Rosebush, Julie Sokolowski, Alexandre Marouani, Kate Lyn Shiel and Josephine Decker
2014 / 102 min / 1.78:1 / English DTS-HD MA 2.0

Additional info:

  • Region Free Blu-ray
  • Directors Commentary with Andrew T Betzer
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • Five Short Films: - John Wayne Hated Horses, Small Apartment, Ivan Runs Some Errands, Runs Amok, I Turn To Jello and Important Police Shit
  • Trailer
  • 32 page booklet including interviews and essays by Sean Price Williams, Nicholas Elliott and Amber Wilkinson
  • English subtitles